Wednesday, 15 September 2010

I can't stop thinking about you...

My life just isn't the same without L'Occitaine Almond Shower Oil.

It made my skin super soft, I could use it to shave my legs with no irritation or rashes but the best and most surprising thing was that it dramatically improved the condition of my skin and evened out my skintone. It completely banished any delightfully named 'Corned beef skin' (that would be red blotchy skin not a highstreet version of Lady GaGa's 'Meat Dress')I was so, so impressed by it. My skin looked amazing, that has NEVER happened before with a shower product or even a body lotion.

I cannot wait to get my hands on some more but I have a stupid ammount of shower gels that I need to use up first before I can justify buying anymore :( until then I'll just have to remember those happy times...*sniff*


  1. Look, if this stuff sees off corned beef skin then it is a requirement, by law, that you own it in my opinion. Life is too short to shower with stuff you aren't loving. (ha ha I love being bossy on someone else's dollar!)

  2. haha, well thats me told! Who am I to argue?!

  3. I have slight heart palpitations when I think of L'Occitane Almond Shower Oil Gel, but not in a good way. You see it is the application, I have visions of myself carefully applying and then stepping into the shower and going ar*se over t*t, or if I am meant to apply on a damp body at what point do I apply? how damp should I be? See what I mean - it is too damn complicated. Glad it works for you though. Thanks for the post. Jan x

  4. I'm the same Jan. Except I use mine in the bath and I have to say, I've found that it rinses away quite well. I'm notorious for going for a burton, so its something I'm constantly aware of! Nic, have you had any problem with slippage??

  5. haha Jan! I use it in the bath like Leanne, it emulsifies on contact with water so it's not slippy at all. No slippage issues here anyway!

    If i did use it in the shower then I'd just use it like any other shower gel - they all need water to activate them don't they really?



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